My PB: (29)
U' R2 U B2 L2 B2 D R2 F2 D2 B L' B U B' L' R' D U R'
D* F // EO + 2 Pairs
U R2 U2 D' L B2 L // 2x2x3
F2# U' L' U L U R U R' U // L5C
*= D: F U2 F'
# = F D F': U
IF gave a 27, I'm still really happy tho - my first sub 30!
Yesterday I broke my 3x3 PB with a 6.09 which beats my previous from over a year ago of 8.01 - as you're probably aware I was ecstatic. However, I was solving casually (small inspection time, inefficient F2L, etc), as I was talking to people at the same time. I redid the scramble...
Generated By csTimer on 2017-8-2
avg of 5: 1:00.42
1. 1:10.79 F' D2 B L F2 U D2 F' R2 B2 U2 R U2 R2 D2 R D2 B2 R U' Rw' Uw'
2. (48.50) F2 D R2 D2 L2 B2 U L2 F2 D2 R2 B R' D F U R2 D B' L' B' Rw2 Uw'
3. 56.13 B F2 R2 U2 B2 L B2 D2 R' D2 L U' L' F2 R D2 F2 U L B' Rw' Uw'
Generated By csTimer on 2017-7-28
avg of 12: 13.00
(11.44), 12.99, 12.50, 13.27, 13.51, 12.15, 14.41, 13.80, 11.48, 14.29, (15.06), 11.59
Good to see this still alive!
I think white top green front has a few advantages - when looking at someones reconstruction you don't know whether they scrambled in their orientation or in wca orientation - white top green front solves that ;). Also it means scrambling is still the same for other events too.